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Anantara Chiang Mai Resort & Spa, Thailand


Chiang Mai

Behind renowned architect Kerry Hill’s four-story bamboo-clad wall stands one of Thailand’s most striking modern compounds, ‘Japanese ryokan meets Louis Kahn.’ At Chiang Mai’s only five-star hotel along the scenic Mae Ping, traditional fishing boats float past the floor-to-ceiling sliding glass doors of all eighty-four sleek guestrooms.

Linger on river-facing balconies or by the riverside pool. Dine at the colonial British consulate-turned-Thai, Indian and Western restaurant. Explore the temples and elephant treks around Chiang Mai, leaving evenings to wander through the famed night bazaar, five minutes by foot, and another five into Chiang Mai’s charming old town.


Anantara Chiang Mai Resort & Spa, Thailand

Chedi Club Suites (105sqm) adds an indoor daybed, dining area and a separate closet with changing area to the Deluxe room layout. Fold back the polished wood bathroom doors to soak up Ping River views from the deep terrazzo tubs then head for a champagne breakfast or evening cocktails and canapés at The Club Lounge Read More...

Deluxe Rooms (50sqm) are spacious, with a writing desk, outdoor daybed, generously stocked mini-bar and plenty of closet space. A deep terrazzo tub beckons in the bathroom, as does the separate, powerful rain shower. Other amenities include wireless internet access, 32” LCD screen with satellite channels, in-room safe, coffee/tea facilities and Read More...